Hurst Aluminum Paddle Shifters for 5th Gen Camaro

The paddle shifters are available in black or bare aluminum.

Do you have a fifth-generation Camaro, but feel that it needs something to give it more of a race car feel? Then the Aluminum Paddle Shifter from Hurst Performance could be the hot ticket you’re looking for.

Inspired by F1 race cars, and used in some of the most expensive exotics like Ferraris and Lamborghinis, the Hurst Aluminum Paddle Shifter brings a touch of additional class and technology to your American musclecar. 

Official Release:

Hurst Aluminum Paddle Shifter for 5th Gen Camaro 

Chatsworth, Calif. (Jan 2012) –  Drivers looking to get the most out of the factory “TapShift” feature in their new 2010-2011 Camaros will want to get their hands on the new paddle shift kits (PN 5385432 & 5385430) for automatic transmissions from performance legend, Hurst Shifters. 

Easy to install Paddle Shifters are available for both V6 and V8 Chevy Camaros and add ease and ergonomic convenience as well as an F1-inspired look and feel to any automatic transmission equipped 5th Gen. 

Hurst Paddle Shifters put transmission control at the tips of the driver’s fingers and are easy to install, easy to operate, and require no removal of the steering wheel, airbag or wiring to complete the installation. Each Hurst kit includes a set of adjustable paddle shifter levers which can be placed in a custom position for increased driver comfort, and all mounting hardware comes standard. 

About Hurst Shifters:

A legendary name in racing history, Hurst is the first name in performance shifters and transmission accessories. Millions of competition shifts have been made with Hurst shifters, from drag strips to circle tracks to the street. Hurst’s offerings range from the OE replacement line to Hurst’s full-competition shifters and includes a wide variety of shifter accessories.


  • Easy to Install
  • Responsive Shifts
  • Adjustable
  • No Steering Wheel Modifications Required

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Rick Seitz

Being into cars at a very early age, Rick has always preferred GM performance cars, and today's LS series engines just sealed the deal. When he's not busy running errands around town in his CTS-V, you can find him in the garage wrenching on his WS6 Trans Am, or at the local cruise spots in his Grand National.
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